A recent report released by Los Padres ForestWatch identifies unregulated target shooting as one of the most serious threats to natural resources and public health and safety in the forest.
More than 1000 lbs removed.
Patagonia volunteers remove 150lbs of trash from Santa Paula Canyon.
Fifteen volunteers, sweated through 97-degree heat Saturday to remove trash, irrigation hoses and chemicals from a marijuana grow site near Lake Casitas.
Over the course of a few hours, the 14 volunteers gathered up close to 400 pounds of microtrash.
On Sunday, June 28, volunteers braved the heat of Mission Canyon to remove cape ivy from one of the most important creeks in the SB front country.
Collaborative efforts in SLO County result in hundreds of pounds of microtrash removed.
ForestWatch volunteers head out to the Figueroa Mountain Pot Grow site for a second time to remove leftover trash.
ForestWatch volunteers clean up Cannabis grow site near Figueroa Mountain
Volunteers remove hundreds of pounds of debris and trash left behind by target shooters.
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